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Weld Mount Industrial Kit w/AT-8040 Adhesive

Weld Mount Industrial Kit w/AT-8040 Adhesive
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Industrial Kit with AT-8040 Adhesive

This Kit Contains A Large Selection Of All The Common Weld Mount Parts And Is An Ideal Kit For Industrial Maintenance Shops. A Wide Selection Of Weld Mount Parts Are Supplied In A Heavy "Durham" Metal Box Which Is A Standard Rack Mounted System. The Kit Contains 1 Tubes Of Our AT-8040 No Slide Multi Bonder Acrylic Adhesive Which Will Bond To Almost All Surfaces Except Low Energy Plastics And Rubber. AT-8040 Will Hold Even Our Heaviest Parts On An Overhead Or Vertical Surface Without Fixturing. The Adhesive Sets in 12 Minutes And Is Heat Resistant To 225 Degrees. The Adhesive Should Be Refrigerated and Has A Shelf Life Of 1 year.

The Weld Mount System Eliminates The Need To Drill And Tap, or Weld When Used On Metal Surfaces. Great for Mounting Wire and Conduit Runs, Electrical Boxes And Other Structural Applications.

The AT-7001 Kit Contains:
  • (1) AT-8040 - No Slide Multi Bonder Adhesive With 12 Minute Kick
  • (10) AT-850 - 3.5" Mixing Tips For AT-8040 Adhesive
  • (1) AT-300 - Adhesive Dispensing Gun
  • (30) AT-3B - Small Black Cable Tie Mount
  • (100)AT-5B - Large Black Cable Tie Mount
  • <(25) AT-5 - Large White Cable Tie Mount
  • (25) AT-7 - Aluminum Base Swivel Wire Tie Mount
  • (25) AT-9 - Aluminum Wire Tie Mount
  • (2) AT-113 - Large Footman's Strap White
  • (2) AT-113B - Large Footman's Strap Black
  • (6) ST125-1420-12SS - 0.75" Long Stud With 1/4 x 20 Threads 1.25" Base
  • (6) ST125-1420-16SS - 1.00" Long Stud With 1/4 x 20 Threads 1.25" Base
  • (6) ST125-1024-12SS - 0.75" Long Stud With #10 x 24 Threads 1.25" Base
  • (6) ST125-1024-20SS - 1.25" Long Stud With #10 x 24 Threads 1.25" Base
  • (2) SHC-1000 - Single Hose Clamp 1.00"
  • (2) DHC-1000 - Double Hose Clamp 1.00"
  • (1) Storage Box - Durham Manufacturing 18.5' x 12.5" x 3.25"
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Weld Mount Industrial Kit w/AT-8040 Adhesive 7001 WELD MOUNT INDUSTRIAL KIT W/ AT 8040 ADHESIVE
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